Managing Contacts with ACT! 2006

ACT! has been prominent in the contact management software market for over 20 years, particularly in the in small office environment.  ACT! boasts more than 4.5 million registered users and more than 30,000 corporate accounts. The success of ACT! can be partially attributed to its incredible flexibility in many aspects of contact management.

ACT! incorporates a database, a letter writer, an email client, an activity scheduler, a notepad, a report writer, an Internet research tool, and much more-all in one easy-to-use package. Reading this book is the first step toward integrating the awesome potential of ACT! into your business.

Filled with simple step-by-step tasks to help you learn the basics as well as the intricacies of the software, this reference manual will take you from installing or upgrading ACT! 2006, to scheduling activities and using the mail merge feature, to customizing the interface and creating your own custom database. In addition, "Managing Contacts with ACT! 2006" covers integrating ACT! 2006 with Internet and Outlook software and provides helpful troubleshooting tips and support.

Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Course Technology PTR
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1598631101

 

Managing Contacts with ACT! 2005


"Managing Contacts with Act!" is the perfect companion for any new and/or upgraded users. You'll learn all the new functionalities of the latest version of Act!, the world's best-selling contact manager.

With hundreds of updates, and the first revision in seven years, there will be a lot to learn, whether you're a new user or an experienced user looking to upgrade! With many tips and callouts, this tutorial will guide you through all the features of this extensive database in an easy-to-understand manner so that you'll see results with managing your contacts in no time.

Covers newest version of ACT!, which includes over 1000 updates with a completely new back end database engine.

Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Course Technology PTR
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1592003389